1. MLB Playoff Predictions: Can Philadelphia Repeat?

    Were coming up on hitting the halfway mark of the MLB 2009 Season. So, in light of that, I thought I would predict what may happen, and put it out there. Lets see what you guys and gals think...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 175 reads 10 comments

  2. NHL: The Top Hockey Teams No Longer With Us

    Throughout hockey's long history, there have many teams woh only lasted a few seasons. Whether it be the Hartford Whalers, or a lesser known team, they have all impacted the NHL...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 56 reads 14 comments

  3. June 6th FIFA World Cup Qualifying Recap: Scores and Standings

    NEW STANDINGS: South America CONCACAF Brazil/Paraguay-24 Points Costa ...

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  4. Why I Am Getting Annoyed with the NBA Finals and ESPN

    Hey Everyone! The NBA Finals start tonight! HEY HEY HEY NBA FINALS! Tonight at nine! NBA FINALS! Coverage began yesterday and will run 24 hours on ESPN until the next NBA Finals begins, where ...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 430 reads 11 comments

  5. NL East Wrap-Up: Phils On Top

    About 50 games into this 2009 season, the N.L. East looks to be headed in the same direction it took last year, with the Phils on top...

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  6. June 6th World Cup Qualifying Preview: Rankings and Predictions

    With another round of World Cup Qualifying ahead, here is a preview of the matches on June 6th, including where they stand in their region and my picks. The ranking is in parentheses...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 334 reads 5 comments

  7. Phillies Sweep Padres, Look Ahead to Dodgers

    The world champion Phillies completed their sweep of the Padres Tuesday night with a 5-1 win. Happ improved to 4-0, pitching seven innings, striking out four, while not giving up any runs and only four hits...

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  8. USA-Costa Rica: World Cup Qualifying

    After months off, FIFA World Cup Qualifying is back. What better way to kick it off than with a match between the top teams in the CONCACAF Region, USA and Costa Rica...

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  9. Phillies-Padres: Lidge Gets Fourth Straight, Philadelphia Wins, 5-3

    Brad Lidge is back. The Phils started off their West Coast series with the Padres on Monday night with a 5-3 win, improving the Phils to 29-20...

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  10. FIFA Confederations Cup Preview: The Tough Road Ahead for USA

    The FIFA Confederations Cup will begin June 14th in Johannesburg with the matchup of South Africa v. Iraq. The 2005 Federation Cup saw Brazil defeat Argentina, while Germany took third and Mexico fourth...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 417 reads 15 comments

  11. Boston College-Texas: A 25-Inning Epic

    At the start of the game, if you would have told Boston College or Texas that seven hours later the game still would not be over, they probably would have laughed at you. On Saturday night, in a NCAA Austin Regional, history was made...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 175 reads 5 comments

  12. Pete Rose: The Gambler Who Should Be In The Hall Of Fame

    From 1963 to 1986, Pete Rose was a dominant player in baseball. He was a 17-time all star. A three-time World Series Winner and a two-time Gold Glove Winner. Not to mention all of these awards: 1975 Sports Illustrated Sportsman Of The Year 1963 N...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 185 reads 9 comments

  13. Why I Would Hate Crosby, Even If He Played For My Team

    Cry-Baby. Diver. Goal-Scorer. The most hated player in the League. Some say "if Crosby was on your team, you would love him." No way in heck would I ever root for Crosby, no matter how many goals he would score for my team...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 366 reads 21 comments

  14. Lidge Looks Angry, Grabs 10th Save Of The Year As Phils Win 5-4

    Is the Brad Lidge slump over, only time will tell, but Lidge looked good getting the save to give the Phils a 5-4 win over the Nationals...

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  15. Myers Out For Season, Will Have Surgery On Torn Hip

    And the Phillies pitching woes continue... According to several sources, Pitcher Brett Myers will undergo season ending surgery on his torn hip labrum. With Myers out for the season, Lidge spiraling down with an 8...

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  16. Big East Football- 2009 Preview: Contenders and Pretenders

    In 2008, we saw Cincinnati rise, Syracuse and Louisville fall, and the hatred between Pitt and West Virginia grow...

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  17. Ron Hextall: How A True Broad Street Bully Changed the NHL Forever

    Goal-Scorer. Playmaker. Fighter. Puck Handler. Goalie. Ron Hextall's fired up style of play became his signature style during his NHL career...

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  18. Is The Fifa World Cup Coming Back To USA? Let's Hope So

    The Fifa World Cup. A competition so fierce and intense, with so much national pride, even the most anti-soccer American can not ignore it. And soon they may not be able to. It was announced today that Landon Donovan and Mia Hamm, two of the greatest U..

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 287 reads 10 comments

  19. NASCAR: Why It's More Than Just "Turning Left"

    NASCAR—A sport which many love and many simply do not understand. The biggest argument I hear against NASCAR is: "oh they're just turning left, they're not athletes, it's so easy...

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  20. Why The Red Wings Will Win The Stanley Cup

    Rematch. Red Wings. Penguins. Will it play out the same? Sadly for the Penguins, it will. The Red Wings from hockey town have been dominant in these playoffs, facing much tougher opponents than Pittsburgh...

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  21. Should The Lights Be Put Out On Phillies Closer Brad Lidge?

    Should the Philadelphia Phillies trade their star closer Brad Lidge? During the Phillies 2008 World Series Winning season, Lidge boasted an 1.95 ERA and was perfect in saves with 41, while only giving up 2 homers the entire year...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 30 reads 2 comments

  22. Blood, Guts and Glory. Which Sport Is The Toughest?

    For the past week, my friends, family, colleagues, soft pretzel vendors, Wendy's drive thru attendants, and a variety of sport lovers have been arguing, fighting and debating over which sport is the toughest...

    Sports Writer Written by Sports Writer about 5 years ago 61 reads 2 comments